Eye on the World: Disney Magic Re-Imagined

written by | Posted on November 5th, 2013

We cruised on the Disney Magic “Re-Imagined” last weekend. From the AquaDunk water slide to the over-the-top kids’ areas, not to mention the fabulous animation show, “Drawn to Magic,” at the Animator’s Palate restaurant, the Disney Magic is full of fun “new” surprises that will have your clients jumping out of their seats with excitement (not unlike the junior reporter who hung out with us during this weekend’s sailing).

5 Re-Imagined Disney Magic Must-Do’s

• Take a ride on the AquaDunk waterslide, which sends guests plummeting down a drop tube and out over the edge of the ship, well sort of. Just take the plunge!

• Dine at Animator’s Palate, featuring the new show, “Drawn to Magic,” which showcases the evolution of animation from pencil to ink-and-paint to storytelling. Little ones will be jumping out of their seat!

• Go to the Walt Disney Theater to watch “Disney Dreams – An Enchanted Classic” and sit as far front as possible (you’ll thank us!).

• Explore the Oceaneer Lab and the Oceaneer Club—no matter your age. Try to sneak in a ride down the Slinky Dog Slide in Andy’s Room, or become Iron Man for the day at Marvel’s Avengers Academy.

• Hang out at the D Lounge for some family karaoke or Mickey Mania Game Show.

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The new chandelier in the lobby on board the Disney Magic.


The redesigned lobby onboard the Disney Magic.


Art lines the walls on board the Disney Magic and it's for sale!


Entering Animator's Palate on board the Disney Magic.


Sketches line the wall as you enter the Animator's Palate on board the Disney Magic.


Table centerpiece at the Animator's Palate on board the Disney Magic.


Menu at the Animator's Palate on board the Disney Magic.


Animator's Palate restaurant on board the Disney Magic.


Once the show has begun at the Animator's Palate on board the Disney Magic.


Kid's treat in the Disney Magic restaurants.


Sugar-free dessert on board the Disney Magic.


The thrilling AquaDunk on board the Disney Magic is beyond fun!


The Twist n' Spout Slide on board the Disney Magic is ideal for the younger kids in the family.


Andy's Room with Slinky Dog slide.


Andy's Room is just one of the many delights in the Oceaneer Club for kids ages 3 to 12.


Marvel's Avengers Academy, where kids become superheroes, is part of the Oceaneer Club.


The Oceaneer Lab for ages 3 to 12 is a kids' wonderland.


Edge on board Disney Magic is for kids 11 to 14.


Vibe on the Disney Magic is an activity center for teens 14 to 17.


A moment with Cinderella on board the Disney Magic.


Oceanview stateroom aboard the Disney Magic.


On board the Disney Magic there is ample opportunity to meet a princess.


Taking in the ocean breeze aboard the Disney Magic.


It can't be a Disney ship without a fireworks show.

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